By Robin R. Mundill
This e-book examines the Jewish neighborhood in England from 1262 to 1290, in the course of the reign of Edward I. starting with a survey of the historiography and historical past of medieval Anglo-Jewry, the e-book analyzes the Jews' monetary price to the Crown and exhibits that once 1275 a few can have assorted into commodity broker. an extra bankruptcy examines the various fortunes of 7 provincial groups, that's by means of the main finished research of borrowers to Jews thus far, exhibiting the broader effect of Jewish lending. ultimately, the explanations in the back of one of many first eu expulsions of the Jews are thought of extensive.
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